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It's Spring Clean Up Time

The Village will be hosting the Annual spring Cleanup Day 
May 9,2020
8am to 2pm

This is open to Village residents only. ID may be required.
We will NOT accept any TV's, computers/monitors, batteries, paint, tires, construction materials, yard waste or regular garbage.

This is a time to get rid of appliances(Freon removed) furniture, lawn mowers, vacuums, scrap metal and other such junk

Our local Boy Scouts will be helping and they will collect all metal. This is a great way to donate to them.

Please Note!!

Do not give any Banking information to callers. They are scamming persons into giving out their bank info and telling them it is to deposit the government stimulus check.
The government will automatically deposit if information has been received from 2019 taxes. If they do not have banking info they will send you the check.
This  scam also applies to any such E-Mails you may receive.

Please use extreme caution when receiving calls or visits regarding your utilities. When in doubt, don’t give out any account information. You can always call the number listed on your utility bill to verify the caller or visitor.

We're hoping to use this site as a means of communicating with our existing and future residents. 

For existing residents, you'll be able to find information about events happening in the community, for example, when hydrants are being flushed or when leaves are being picked up.  You'll be able to see what projects your board is working on and be able to provide feedback. 

For potential future residents, we hope to give you a feeling of what it is like to live in our beloved village.  We have some of the friendliest people around and a great school to help your children get their education started off right.

Well, go ahead and start clicking around.  We hope you'll find something you like and that you'll be back soon.

Don't Get Scammed

ComEd has seen an increase in reports of individuals calling ComEd customers and falsely claiming their electric service will be disconnected unless payment is made. These impersonators instruct customers to buy a prepaid credit card and call back to a different phone number with the personal identification number (PIN) or other personal information. They also use a tactic called “spoofing” to manipulate the Caller ID displayed phone number so that it appears as a ComEd number.


ComEd representatives will never call you to ask you for cash or request that you purchase a prepaid credit card to make a payment on your bill. If you have concerns about the status of your account, call ComEd’s Customer Service line at 1-800-334-7661 (1-800-EDISON1).

If you believe you have been the target of a phone scam, ComEd urges you to contact the Illinois Attorney General’s office at 1-800-386-5438 (TTY1-800-964-3013), or visit the Illinois Attorney General's website and click on the “Protecting Consumers” link.


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